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How to make app icons bigger on your iPad

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 How to make app icons bigger on your iPad With the latest iPadOS, Apple brings a number of customization options so you can personalize your Home Screen with unique widgets and app placement. But one of the most frequently asked questions is  "how to enlarge icons on my iPad?" Fortunately, it only requires a simple trip to settings. Not only does it make finding apps on your iPad's Home Screen easier, but using larger app icons can better suit your iPad's display; especially when compared to a significantly smaller iPhone display.  How to enlarge app icons on iPad  When making apps bigger on iPad, you will still see the same number of apps being displayed on one Home Screen page. This means you won't have to reorganize all your apps or widgets. Read on to find out  On your iPad, open the Settings app.  Scroll down to "Home Screen & Dock" and tap on it.  Switch on "Use Large App Icons." When you head back to the Home Screen, the app icons w

Top 10 New Windows 10 Features

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Top 10 New Windows 10 Features Windows 10 won't be launching for quite a while but we already know a lot about Microsoft's upcoming OS. From Xbox for Windows and Cortana for desktop to a resurrected Start Menu and new multitasking tools, the new platform will offer a bevy of new features. These are the 10 best.  1. Start Menu Returns It's what Windows 8 detractors have been clamoring for, and Microsoft has finally brought back the Start Menu. Now, when you click on the Start button at the bottom left of the screen, you get two panels side by side, with the left column showing pinned, recently and most-used apps. You also get a power button at the top for options such as Hibernate, Standby and Shutdown, and an all apps option a la Windows 8. The right column features a selection of live tiles that you can customize, resize and reorganize.  Not only that, but the search field at the bottom will look up related Internet results in addition to programs and files (as it did on W